CSR: Rallis India joins the fight against COVID19 pandemic
CSR: Rallis India joins the fight against COVID19 pandemic – Rallis India Ltd. has undertaken proactive measures to combat the worldwide pandemic while ensuring the security of all employees, community members, and other stakeholders.
Under the initiatives to support the govt, Rallis India’s Akola manufacturing facility provided hand sanitizers to the state governments of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, and Karnataka through Tata Chemicals, its parent company, and Tata Trusts. So far, the corporate has distributed over 55,000 liters of hand sanitizer.
It has adopted a two-pronged approach to tackle this example. One intervention focuses on supporting the govt and therefore the other one on supporting the local communities.
Additionally, it’s also distributed 400 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits to the local administration, out of which 300 got to the collector office in Bharuch.
Alok Chandra, vice chairman – HR & Corporate Sustainability, Rallis India said, “We are committed to working with the local authorities for the welfare of all community members. Through these interventions, we hope to form a difference within the fight against COVID-19 since the security of all our employees, their families, and native community is of utmost importance.”
Furthermore, there has been a scarcity of protective face masks which is crucial to contain the spread of the virus. to deal with this issue, Rallis India has distributed 4000 face masks to the community around its Dahej unit and a further 1000 are going to be supplied to its Lote unit.
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